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  1. This ITV report features the reporter and cameraman following the crowd into the building. At times, it appears as oversized high school students who had found the principal's office door wide open https://www.itv.com/news/2021-01-06/donald-trump-fires-up-protesters-in-washington-as-congress-prepare-to-confirm-biden-victory
  2. But I wasn't referring to media coverage of the 2016 election. And a reliance on "circumstantial evidence" is not punk rock. Very disappointing Cliff, particularly your Assange smear on this day.
  3. " it appears it was set up to be exfiltrated, but we just don't have the evidence that says it actually was."
  4. But the cases you refer did not result in publicized indictments. And the concept of “proof in a legal sense” is the foundation of your country’s justice system. You instead transfer these requirements onto me - “what you seem to be asking for…”. “your strict requirements…” Situations such as the Cuban Missile Crisis featured exactly directed exposure of “sources and methods” because the United States was making serious accusations against an adversary and had to back such allegations with evidence for the international community. It is notable in the contemporary situation that serious
  5. You have done this at least a half-dozen times now - with Crowdstrike and the Mueller Report conclusions - where you describe my position as “egregious” “misrepresentation” followed by a block quote which essentially corresponds to my representation. I said “there was no direct evidence of exfiltration”. Your quoted text confirms: “We did not have concrete evidence…it appears it was set up to be exfiltrated, but we just don't have the evidence that says it actually was.” You are just trolling on these issues.
  6. The story has developed quite a bit since 2017/18, not least the once classified admission by the Crowdstrike guy that there was no direct evidence of exfiltration.
  7. Bob, you already know the answers to your questions - and present them again as some sort of lame “gotcha” reflex. No sane individual would voluntarily surrender themselves to the caprices of the US justice system. The foolishness of doing such was well-described by Julian Assange some years ago when similar questions were being posed to him: “It is not possible for a national security whistleblower now in the United States to have a fair trial. It’s not possible to have a fair trial because all the trials are held in Alexandria, Virginia, where the jury pool is comprised of the highest d
  8. Kirk - nothing in your loose and unfocussed reply contradicts the simple observation that the “Newspaper of Record” has been serially misinforming the public on matters of serious geopolitical consequence. The constant repetition of materially false (i.e. the ICA) or evidence-free allegations (Russian hacking) could have grave consequence, particularly as taking the country to war on false flag pretext has a long history in U.S.A. Your apparent advocacy of an “ends justify the means” judicial posture contradicts the spirit of the Law described in your country’s own founding documents. And you
  9. Lawrence Wright has penned a lengthy recap in New Yorker - "The Plague Year". Detailed breakdown of mistakes made. Two most crucial were the CDC's failure with tests in February, and Trump administration's failure to assume national leadership in March. https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2021/01/04/the-plague-year
  10. The primary sources investigating this presumed “attack” have not as yet identified a responsible entity beyond a “nation-state” actor, presumed as such due to the stated “sophistication’ of the activity. See: https://msrc-blog.microsoft.com/2020/12/21/december-21st-2020-solorigate-resource-center/. (Last updated Dec 31) Nation-states believed to possess the stated capabiities include the US, China, Russia, Israel, and the UK. Whether this was a state-directed operation or a “rogue” event directed by a factional interest, is simply, at the moment, unknown. Therefore, the N
  11. Back ion 1994, Peter Dale Scott was formulating "Phase One" and Phase Two" to describe an attribution of responsibility for the assassination - moving from a Soviet/Cuban conspiracy to a lone-nut. This was derived from the document releases mandated by the ARRB. I am curious if this notion had been previously formulated (i.e. ahead of ARRB) by any researchers.
  12. Tulsi Gabbard co-sponsors legislation to repeal the Patriot Act https://gabbard.house.gov/news/press-releases/reps-gabbard-and-massie-bill-repeal-government-surveillance-laws-which-threaten
  13. I don’t think a huge amount of money was required for this operation. Sniper teams would have to be located, coordinated and transported in and out of Dallas. An advance team - several men? - would have to work or circulate in Dallas for some weeks. Most of the rest piggybacks onto already existing programs and agencies, which already have their own budgets.
  14. FDR’s New Deal reforms were extremely popular, but the New Deal representatives began to be squeezed out of the Democratic Party starting in 1944. Donald Gibson set out the case in “Battling Wall Street” that JFK’s domestic economic policies were an updated version of New Deal style reform - with the federal government serving as a countervailing power against private interests in the pursuit of policies which prioritized human and social development ahead of elite profit-making. So its a question of politics, not personality. If allowed to follow its natural path, JFK’s policies could have in
  15. Absolutely the world would have been perennially changed if JFK had served two terms. Are you arguing that Nixon would have won in 1968 regardless?
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